Many countries in Africa and Asia with huge economic interest in the United Kingdom have, from the start of the debate for Britain to leave European Union, raised concerns over a post-Brexit future on issues like trade, immigration, among others, Ghana as a nation was not left out of this anxiety.
It is commonplace in the streets of Accra, Lagos or any other African city to find commuters going across the street to grab some refreshment from a mobile yoghurt vendor but how long will that be possible?
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has indicated to investors that Ghana is open for business, assuring of the creation of a conducive business environment which will ensure that businesses flourish, thereby creating prosperity for the Ghanaian people.
Local pharmaceutical manufacturers have expressed worry over outstanding debts owed drug suppliers by the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), saying the situation is hampering business operations.
As Africa rapidly joins the global community in moving its data & information storage, from the traditional ‘paper and shelf system’ to what is considered as ‘cyberspace’, there is a rising concern over the safety of this new environment, especially for the more vulnerable members of communities; children and young adults.
Ernest Chemists Limited, Ghana's leading pharmaceutical player, has once again been honoured as the OTC Distributor of the Year (Sub Saharan Africa) for the Consumer Wing of the world's largest pharmaceutical company by market value and sales, Johnson and Johnson (J &J).